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post #181 of 274
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Dave SFU, Thanks for the pics! Awesome boots! Sure hope the sizing is working out for ya? If they were a whole lot larger, I'd be wishing in the opposite direction! biggrin.gif
post #182 of 274
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Dave SFU, Thanks for the pics! Awesome boots! Sure hope the sizing is working out for ya? If they were a whole lot larger, I'd be wishing in the opposite direction! biggrin.gif

I put some insoles in and they seem better. Going to give breaking in a try
post #183 of 274
worth a bump__ not a fan of the engineer's, but these... inlove.gif
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Here ya go.
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post #184 of 274
Thread Starter 
Dave SFU, I see you've owned some other engineer boots, how do the MOTO's compare?

And, if possible, can we get some pics of them on your feet?
post #185 of 274
I'm looking for the black 6" lace up in cordovan. Does anyone know a good proxy for these? If I'm a 9 on the Barrie what corresponding size would I be in this boot?
post #186 of 274
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Beautiful boots. There are two shops on Rakuten that sell that boot, but one is sold out completely and the other appears to be sold out in your size. (i.e. they only have a size 3).

http://item.rakuten.co.jp/ac1753/a016sh016co/

I can call Moto today and see if they have any in stock, if you'd like. My guess is that you would be somewhere between a 1 and 2. I can ask them how the sizing runs as well.
post #187 of 274

Eh, not that it helps, but I am a 10.5 on the Barrie and the size 4 MOTO is just a bit snug in me. 

post #188 of 274
Thread Starter 
^^ I'm pretty sure you are a size 3, no? I don't think they do your boots (ie camel) in size 4!
post #189 of 274

Whoops, disregard. They are indeed a size 3.  I forgot.  They have only a couple styles in size 4.  My mistake.

post #190 of 274
That is good news for me. I am 9.5D in Barrie, so I am thinking 3 should be just right...
post #191 of 274
Thread Starter 
^^ Actually, 9.5 Barrie should be a 2! But I think that will depend on the shoe or boot in question.
post #192 of 274

Agreed, a size 2 would probably be best.

post #193 of 274
Seriously?? All this time I have been looking for a 3 plain.gif
post #194 of 274
Thread Starter 
Well there are lots of 3's available. Be aware that their sizing seems to run a bit larger for the goodyear welted shoes. If you're a 9.5 Barrie, I'd say 2 for any of their goodyear welted stuff. Perhaps 3 for the others, but I don't know.
post #195 of 274

Eh, a size 3 may work for you.  It might be a little loose, but boots are more more tolerant in terms of sizing.  If you plan to wear boot socks, then I think it will be fine.  A size 2 may be snug but not uncomfortable.

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